As excited as I was about the last Muppets movie, I can’t say I care much about Muppets Most Wanted, a movie with more celebrities than jokes, apparently.
One thing I am excited about, however, is the release of a Monsters University short that premiered at the 2013 D23 Expo and will be shown before Muppets Most Wanted. I’ve been told by some that it includes possible hints at the Pixar Theory (mainly with door technology), so I’m excited to see it all play out for myself.
Here is a quick preview:
It’s not much to go on, but as you can see, the door connects to points within the Monsters’ universe (the fraternity house and the party).
In the theory, I stress how the doors manipulate time, not necessarily dimensions. This is the first time in any of the Monsters Inc. properties that we’ve seen two doors linking within the same time period.
My hypothesis has been that the monsters are actually animals that have mutated and replaced humans thousands of years after the events of Wall-E. The monsters need energy – i.e. humans – to power their world, so they use the magical properties of wood and their advanced technology to travel back in time and harvest energy from past humans.
The monsters don’t know they’re traveling back in time in order to preserve the delicate timeline. They’re taught that humans and their belongings are toxic, which is really a precaution against them messing with anything that would change history.
But in this short, we see that the doors are being used for spacial travel, rather than time travel.
Will this disprove the Pixar Theory? We’re going to have to wait and find out. Discuss!
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160 thoughts on “Does The New Monsters University Short Disprove The Pixar Theory?”
I think it confirm the theory, actually. If the doors were use to travel through different worlds or dimensions, it would be pretty complicate to change it’s destination. But if it’s only through time, you set your door to coordination zero,zero,zero and voila. You shall get a door that just a door, and from there you just adjust the x and y axis of your coordination and let the z at zero. I mean, for students to understand interdimensional travelling is a theory way more wild than what I just said. I think… Sorry for my poor english, I’m french canadien.